Grateful Dead Live at The Spectrum on 1978-05-13
Jack Straw, Dire Wolf, Beat It On Down The Line, Peggy-O, El Paso, Row Jimmy, Minglewood Blues, Candyman, The Music Never Stopped Bertha-> Good Lovin', Terrapin Station-> Playin' In The Band-> Drums-> Truckin'-> Black Peter-> Sugar Magnolia, E: One More Saturday Night
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue The SpectrumLocation Philadelphia, PASource Audience Recording: Sony ECM-33P'sLineage AudMC > DAT > WAV > SHN. Recorded with two Sony ECM-33P's > Teac PC-10 deck left of center, about the 20th row.Taped by Steve RolfeTransferred by Noah Weiner
AudMC > DAT > WAV > SHN. Recorded by Steve Rolfe with two Sony ECM-33P's > Teac PC-10 deck left of center, about the 20th row. A > D and encoding by Noah Weiner.
July 6, 2011
For a 78 Aud 4.5 for sound. I Downloaded it. Full rich sound. I was at every Spectrum show from 80-95 wish I would have made this one. And as we all know the Dead played there more than any other band. Spring 78 they were riping it up, worth the time and the disc for download.The Good Love alone is worth the download.
September 25, 2007
Jerry Moanin' Low
If you like Jerry's "moaning" singing - get this show.
He groans and howls through Candyamn - very tasty!
August 21, 2005
Jack Straw and...
Another decent audience recording (headphones on, volume up). Some very exciting lines from Garcia early in his solo, about 12 runs in all. Perhaps they were feeding off the Philly crowd; when they finish it, Weir thanks them....
Music, a pleasant post-vocals jam, but Garcia can't quite figure out how/when to make the turn, so they stumble into it at 5:45. Garcia is clearly not pleased, and starts playing notes as fast he can, desperately trying to put some distance between himself and that musical pothole.
Around 7:23 he starts trilling the chords, and at 7:50 he really sticks (and stays stuck on) one of his favorite licks (the "1-3" where the first note is struck twice, and the last three pulled off; he often uses it to finish off Big River).
At 8:08 he goes back to blurring the chords and takes this to a near-shriek. What a rescue!